ISLAMABAD: The USA Embassy in Pakistan mentioned there are not any instant plans for direct flights between Pakistan and the USA.
As per the US embassy’s assertion, the officers of their go to considered Pakistan’s aviation safety infrastructure and met with their Pakistani civil aviation counterparts. Throughout the go to to the Islamabad airport, representatives from the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) and the Ministry of Aviation highlighted the airport’s safety features.
The embassy clarified that this go to was not a proper inspection, audit, or evaluation of any particular airport.
Earlier, sources had reported that direct flights between Pakistan and the USA are prone to restore quickly as a 12-member Transportation Safety Administration staff reached Islamabad on July 15.
The Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), the U.S. Authorities company that supervises airport and air provider safety, will go to Jinnah Worldwide Airport, Karachi on July 18 to look over the boarding course of, screening and safety issues.
The TSA staff will even go to head places of work of Airport Safety Pressure (ASF) and Pakistan Worldwide Airline (PIA).